Mango Haze

If people have social divisions, cannabis strains do too. Just like our social status, these cannabis varieties are also recognized depending on what they can bring to the table. Their overall quality and lineage are usually the main factors that determine their value in the world of cannabis.

Naturally, those strains with impressive levels of either THC or CBD are popular among their respective users who benefit from those chemicals. At the same time, those coming from a famous family tree also takes center stage among the cannabis community.

So, if a strain has one or a combination of those qualities, it can easily be regarded as some of the high-grade, class A, or elite hybrids in the market. Anyone who gets the chance to use such types of strain will surely be up for a remarkable experience.

Now, speaking of elite strains, there is one particular variety that has impressed the cannabis community due to its widely respected lineage, impressive THC levels, and satisfactory medicinal value. This strain has one of the most pleasing names among cannabis varieties. It is called Mango Haze, and its qualities are true to its name.

Mango Haze is a three-way cross between Northern Lights #5, Haze and Skunk #1. The strain was originally developed by Mr. Nice Seedbank and is now very popular among users and growers alike.

because they share the same Haze father and Mango Haze’s mother strain is a sibling of SSH. Therefore, the strain has an undoubtedly impressive pedigree.

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    Information about Mango Haze:

    ORIGINNorthern Lights #5, Haze and Skunk #1
    EFFECTSRelaxed – 10
    Happy – 9
    Uplifted – 8
    Energetic – 7
    Euphoric – 7
    Dry eyes – 6
    Headache – 6
    Anxious – 1
    Dizzy – 1
    FRAGRANCESweet, mango, earthy
    FLAVORSTropical, citrus, fruity, sweet
    MEDICALStress – 10
    Depression – 9
    Pain – 7
    Fatigue – 4
    Muscle spasms – 2
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSOctober to November
    THC CONTENT %14% to 24%
    CBD %0.10% to 0.15%
    INDICA / SATIVA %40%/60%
    INDOOR YIELD16 to 20 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD24 ounces or more per plant
    GROWTH LEVELExperience needed to grow

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest


    To begin with, Mango Haze is not one of the common strains out there. It is a highly potent variety that can contain as much as 24% concentration of THC. Hence, the strain may not be suitable for beginners who have a low tolerance to the strong psychoactive effects of this strain.

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    At the onset, the cerebral high can be immediate and long lasting. Users will most likely feel uplifted due to its energy-boosting property that can further be manifested in an increased sense of creativity and focus. Some users will find themselves to be more sociable and chatty which makes this strain an excellent choice for social gatherings.

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    As for the body buzz that follows the overwhelming head high, it promotes a full-body relaxation without necessarily leading users into feeling sleepy. For that, the strain may be used in the evening without the worrying about unintentionally dozing off later on.


    As mentioned, Mango Haze’s qualities stay true to its name, and that includes its aroma. Although it is genetically almost identical to the SSH strain, it has a very distinct mango aroma that sets it apart from the rest of its family tree.

    This ripe mango fragrance is usually combined with some earthy undertones that result in a very pleasant aroma.


    Mango Haze is possibly one of the tastiest strains out there. With its tropical citrus and fruity mango flavors, any user will be enjoying this strain. Not to mention its earthy haze undertone that slowly becomes a sweet sensation upon exhale.

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    Adverse Reaction

    Being one of the strains in the market with very high THC concentration, Mango Haze initially comes with a warning sign. In addition to that, all cannabis varieties have the potential of causing some adverse reactions to its users. That being said, users of Mango Haze should be extra careful

    To wit, it is known to cause dry mouth and dry eyes. However, in larger doses and perhaps among beginners, the effects of the strain may cause headaches, anxiety, dizziness and even paranoia.


    The popularity of Mango Haze is apparently not only concentrated among recreational smokers but also among medical marijuana users. With a maximum CBD level of 0.15%, Mango Haze is not necessarily the most popular on that aspect.

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    However, the powerful combination of its Sativa and Indica effects make the strain a top choice among users dealing with certain health conditions. For one, the strong uplifting high of the strain promotes positive thoughts that can be a great stress-reliever and anti-depressant alternative.

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    At the same time, the strain also contains enough analgesic property that can help with pain management for those who are suffering from chronic migraines, headaches, fatigue and even muscle spasms.

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      Mango Haze can thrive both indoors or outdoors. It can grow well in a greenhouse environment or a hydroponic setup. Although this strain can produce very promising yields, prospective growers may need to have enough experience in cultivating cannabis to be able to maximize this strain’s potentials.

      If a grower chooses to cultivated Mango Haze indoors, the breeder explicitly suggests to use a minimum of 600 watts lamp for the lighting and to prune the branches during its vegetating stage.

      Another fact about Mango Haze that is particularly beneficial for prospective growers is the fact that the strain is resistant to mold and diseases.

      Flowering Time


      An indoor cultivation will result to a flowering time that should last about 8 to 11 weeks. Given that a grower can successfully provide an ideal growing condition inside, the strain should be able to produce a yield of 16 to 20 ounces per square meter.


      As for the outdoor cultivation, the buds should be ready between the months of October and November. The outdoor yield can be just as promising at 24 ounces or more per plant.

      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Mango Haze? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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